Running into bees on your property can be terrible because you now have to pay for their removal. Bee removal is an excellent alternative to extermination, but that does not make it any easier of a process to do. In fact, bee removal can be more difficult than extermination, and neither should be attempted by an untrained person. Here are a few reasons why you should not attempt bee removal yourself.
- Training: The first obvious reason why not to attempt bee removal is training. The average person is not trained in bee removal and will not know how to do it right. This could lead to, at best, a situation where bees are improperly moved, and at worst, a life-threatening situation with bees.
- Equipment: There is a fair amount of equipment required to do bee removal. Substituting all of the equipment with things you have in your house is probably not a very smart move. As mentioned before, this could lead to poor removal or dangerous situations.
- Allergies: A trained bee removal specialist knows the dangers of bees and knows better how dangerous they can be. Attempting bee removal is not a good time to find out that you are allergic to bee stings or are particularly sensitive to bee stings. Avoid finding out how many bee stings you can take by simply not attempting bee removal yourself.
- Bee Safety: The point of bee removal is to save an endangered species from being killed. Doing an improper job of removal could be bad on the bees, which is what you’re trying to ensure.
Make sure, for the safety of yourself and the bees, not to attempt bee removal yourself. Always call a trained professional to make sure things go smoothly.